Officer Armstrong began his law enforcement career in 1995 while on active duty with the military. In 1997, he transferred into federal law enforcement for the military, working overseas as a civilian police officer. In 2000, he returned to Alaska and joined the Army National Guard where he holds both an MP and an Infantry MOS. He then began working for a private company as head of security for the cruise ship operations in Alaska. Officer Armstrong joined the Seward Police Department in 2004. Officer Armstrong is currently on deployment in Afghanistan for the Army National Guard and will be returning to the department in December 2012. He received the Seward Police Department's Traffic Stop of the Year award in 2014.
Officer Brockman started working as a police officer for the City of Seward in July 2008. Prior to that he worked for the City of Dillingham as a police officer for eight years, a correctional officer for three years, and reserve police officer. He began his career in law enforcement in 1994 as a Village Public Safety Officer in the Yupik' villages of Togiak and Aeknagik. He fished commercially for a short time, and holds a Commercial Pilot's license with a variety of ratings, having logged more than five thousand hours of Alaska flight time.
Born and raised in Seward, Officer Schaefermeyer graduated from Seward High School in 2000. After living in South Korea for two years, he attended Brigham Young University in Utah and graduated with a bachelor's degree in Korean in 2006. He joined the Seward Police Department as a Correctional Officer in 2007 and became a Patrol Officer in October 2008, graduating from the Alaska State Trooper Academy class #0901 as the valedictorian of his class. He received the Seward Police Department's Good Conduct Award in 2014.
Officer Woodard joined the Seward Police Department in 2014 after serving in the United States Coast Guard for many years. He attended the Alaska State Trooper Academy in Sitka, graduating as the valedictorian of his class. He received the Seward Police Department's Officer of the Year award in 2014.
Officer Mallory joined the Police Department in May 2015 after serving as a Correctional Officer at the Spring Creek Correctional Center. He will complete the Alaska State Trooper Academy in November 2015.
Spencer Burgin: Bio to come